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Fox News Hosts Message Meadows, Urging Trump to Act

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:08 min | 6 months ago

Fox News Hosts Message Meadows, Urging Trump to Act

"Question. dialectic Jim, I want you to go over what you covered at length yesterday, which is the text. Because the texts are not a scandal. I looked at those texts, I said, what did they want them to text? I didn't text Mark Meadows on January 6th, but I would attempt what I put on Twitter. This is outrageous. Stop at mister president. Isn't that what they texted him? Well, you might be thinking of one of my colleagues. I did not write about the text yesterday. Would you write about yesterday? I wrote, well, today morning Joel is all about doctor Sanjay Gupta's book World War C and we should no, you did a long text string yesterday about something that I thought was typically indispensable Jim garrity. You know, it might have been one of my evil twins. But that would probably be less. So I think my colleague Michael burnand Doherty has a good piece in which you basically points out, you're getting messages from Laura Ingraham and Sean Hannity saying, we need to address to the country. You need to put out a statement on this. And Michael brenden Doherty says this is a man who takes television very, very seriously. Much more seriously than he takes this constitutional duties. I think in the entirety of the impeachment, this is what I wanted to know most and that in fact didn't get answered and that, in fact, the hearings of impeachment. Kind of drops you. They just want to get this done as quickly as possible. I want to know what Donald Trump was saying and doing as things on January 6th got worse. That were turned into from a protest to a conflict to a riot to the point where some numbskulls were smearing human feces on the walls of the U.S. capitol building. That doesn't sound true. I want to know what Trump was saying and doing. Because there were reports, Ben sasse, I believe it was on your program who said he heard from people in The White House saying Trump was elated about this, that he was cheering about this. There is no evidence of that yet. I did ask the president on this show that he intended for them to storm the capitol and he said no. And I haven't seen anyone else in that. Do you think Donald Trump with his legendary reputation for honesty was going to say, yes, yes, I did. No, I just know that you have to have asked an answer.

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"doherty" Discussed on Culinary School Stories

Culinary School Stories

01:57 min | 8 months ago

"doherty" Discussed on Culinary School Stories

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"doherty" Discussed on Culinary School Stories

Culinary School Stories

05:47 min | 8 months ago

"doherty" Discussed on Culinary School Stories

"Out the pineapple academy today. I have really enjoyed their courses and i know you will too okay so now back to the show. Let me ask a question. Do you think culinary school is needed as a required as it. Tell us what your thoughts on that looking back. I have a client. It made me realize it really is needed Kiss like you've taken all the same for you know there's so many different things of that you can learn so quickly were. You could learn to working if you don't have the time and money to go to school then you should work somewhere good. But i think there's something about having that diploma in having nuts formal education with all those people in the network of people that you go to school with it gives you so much beyond the knowledge. And i have a client right now. She's a caterer various successful before the pandemic she had the whole year sold when the pandemic came at knocked her out. She's rebuilding her business. And when i just see all the things she's doing she's making a lot of mistakes. I think she would make. She had the formal education of branding. Costs control writing Menus in cooking. You see that and you see the value of what you have in school. I think i think it's easy to be negative with scolded friction. There's it's expensive. It's you have to be on a regiment to go things that good or not always good like infants. That are hard heart harder. Not always bad. So i think it's just a matter of discipline and learning Resorts there that can accelerate you with all the knowledge that the people that you might not get any other way to learn you. Know the history of cooking in the styles in the shawna's and so many things. I think it would open more doors. I don't know if you agree instructor on that way. I think working in the industry in the apprentice program that can really teach you the the cooking aspect the craft of it you know as long as the exposure to enough cuisines and enough different shafts in their personalities styles but i think the losses the business like you mentioned the human resources the cost control those things that will help you be successful in business unless you went into like a management training program. Maybe they we're going to teach about. Pnl's income statements. But you're not gonna get that working as a line cook now. And i think you have to really learn the business aspects in branding and things like that. I guess you probably you would get some of that in the associate's degrees you get a lot more s the bachelors. And i could show people that you didn't necessarily have to do it all at once. His i just graduated from the masters yet. Tell us about that. What why did you get a master. Get fifty nine. Why you picked the cia for your degree when the so many master's degree programs out there. What how'd you narrow it on that. It's so They had sent an email about this new food business school and they really cobbled together. Everything you really need to now to be successful in business. They've looked at. You know the sustainability issues that we all have to address in our businesses will tell us what it is. It's a master's but what does the discipline degrees specific. It call it sick business. But it's kind of like what the cia thinks that you need to have a successful business.

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"doherty" Discussed on Culinary School Stories

Culinary School Stories

02:08 min | 8 months ago

"doherty" Discussed on Culinary School Stories

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"doherty" Discussed on Culinary School Stories

Culinary School Stories

04:33 min | 8 months ago

"doherty" Discussed on Culinary School Stories

"It was huge with all the tables. And there's the students. That were the waiters at somebody would drop a tray and everybody would clap. It was just really. When i have. And i'm friends with a lotta my classmates on facebook like the memories. You know that we have from that right right now. The you obviously confident sounds like and they said it was going to be a breeze for you. Was it a breeze. When you got that. It was like shock like whoa. This is a little harder. was it easier. Tell us about the difficulty. The rigor. I think that i'm a lifelong student. Like i was a straight a. Student that never had less than ninety six so academically it was easy. I think what you had to learn is to get along with all the people in all the teachers you know. I think every student probably knows that like you can go into class teachers. Want a certain thing and it's not always very clear when assignment or rubric is written and you have to figure that out. There was some teachers that just wanted to make sure that you really had your act together at the kid. We had this famous when he run around and he would trick you. He dumped thinks. The deposits are shut the stove. He wanted to see that. Your eyes were on that stove. Not just could you make this consomme but your eyes were on the stove or there was the bakery once wanted to see everything is really wade out and that you're mixing things really the right way. There's just every teacher wanted a certain thing..

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"doherty" Discussed on Behind The Screen

Behind The Screen

07:56 min | 1 year ago

"doherty" Discussed on Behind The Screen

"Let's talk about voice casting a little bit. Tell us about finding lucky and her friends. Well you know there was a big theme of us just wanting to be really honest and authentic about everything in the movie in particularly in the people that we cast to play these characters and with every character especially lucky impro- abigail. We set out looking for three young women that already embodied the same ideas we wanted. These characters embody up on the screen. And you know as an example. Isabella mer said in real life. She's an extremely passionate creative talented and very driven person but not only that she's she's especially very connected and close with her family and to her culture and these are all the same things that we needed lucky to present on screen and then there's marseille martin who played prut in real life. She's this incredibly intelligent entrepreneur that we'll all be working for some day and she's got goal. She knows what she wants and she doesn't let a whole lot change her mind unless it's from her and this is what we needed pru as for pru as sort of a to balance in play off the dry. But blackie and then there's mckenna grace who plays abigail who in real life. When we first met her. We we wanted. We all wanted to take her home with us. Because she just exudes the spirit of being in the moment and she's just a ball of energy and love and excitement and a half to say that when we mentioned that abigail might be playing the ukulele in the film. She literally jumped out of her chair and screamed. I probably ukulele. It's in the trunk of the car. Let me go get play song. And she was so she would just already was the character that we needed up on that screen and it felt so fortuitous that all of this stuff worked out so that you know we started there. And that's how we kind of approached everyone that we brought onto the cast and we should talk about the animation as well now the The two thousand two spirit movie actually wasn't computer animated. A series is cg but you mentioned earlier to me that you did quite a bit of work to make this film more cinematic in your own words. Would you talk to the approached. The look sure. I mean are so spirit. Untamed is very much inspired by and based on the tv series. Spirit writing free. And i feel like a lot of our our excitement and also a lot of our challenge was creating creating a project that would come off the success and come off with the heels of that tv series and both Pay homage and serve the existing fans of the tv series but also becomes something new that they can still love and that would also bring in a new audience. So that it's you know i'm not only trying to direct my first speech but i have all these new elements coming at me for the very first time and it was. It was a fascinating learning experience. So how we sort of approached it as that because we knew we needed to take the similar setting this world that was already created for us which was a blessing by the way because we felt we were already started out with a lot of the blueprint. And if we didn't have that. I don't think two years would have been long enough to develop of a sustainable feature film but so we took all of that really great stuff that the show had provided us and knew that we wanted something to be able to hit a big fifty foot theater screen and pull audience members into the environment so it felt like they were running alongside of these characters going through all the crazy adventures with them So we started with designing the environments and settling on sort of an atmosphere and a tone for the look of the world and trying to create something big in cinematic enough that would that would achieve that and once we settled with a sort of a. It's a little bit of a more graphic style for the natural world than we needed to take the characters and their designs and sort of revamp them so that they fit and in a believable way feel like they belong to not space. So that's kind of how we approached it and you talk about specifically the development of spirit. And how he moves yeah So spirits design. We we actually. We have a lot of fun going back. In paying homage to a lot of the original. James baxter designs from the first film because we all really loved them and wanted to in some way. Reflect that in this new world. So i remember sitting for hours and hours with our leave martyr brian. Jeffcoat in our head of animation. Sean sexton to see how we could possibly take such a perfect to design and you know be inspired by in whatever way we could into translating that for a cg model that would also fit in this new world. We've built and you know they're the best of the best and somehow they've done it so that you know we wanted to reflect two little pieces of every part of the franchise in this new movie and you did some research actually where you go riding that right. Yes don't also been a nice day to this day. I'm not sure whether or not anyo and sean loved it. But i dragged them over to the country and center. And i put them up on a horse and dragged them up the hills of griff griffith park in los angeles And i was mainly at the front holding my iphone shooting video backwards. Because i didn't want to miss any of it. But i had to look where i was going so a lot of. It was about because it's for me. It's impossible to in words. Describe to someone the emotions and the and what it actually feels like to communicate and interact with one of these sometimes impressively intimidating animals other than just having them do it so after i tortured my poor dear friends We took a lot of the story artists. And some of the art team to the la equestrian center where they could approach in interact with some of these animals. Because i it was really important to us that we created a world that felt authentic and believable particularly to a lot of the audience who are homeless people as well and will be able to tell whether or not this was you know it felt real. I will say that to. The uninitiated is very real. Plus you know there had to be a relationship established between horse girl but the horse was not anthropomorphic so they never pushed you. Pass believability you. Weren't you understood that they were so mates in it. They really could communicate understand each had their but spirited everything he did he just seemed like a real animal like a real horse and said the rest of the herd and it. It really was surprising in spectacular. Yet to the point. Where my when i would have it on my screen here on working on it. The horses run the screen above. My dog will get open bark at them all the time but even waiting and see roy d. Like this so it's great. Well thank you so much for joining us. And congratulations.

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"doherty" Discussed on Behind The Screen

Behind The Screen

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"doherty" Discussed on Behind The Screen

"Really delivered.

"doherty" Discussed on Behind The Screen

Behind The Screen

08:01 min | 1 year ago

"doherty" Discussed on Behind The Screen

"Movie in particular. Was that it really targeted girls love of adventure and their particular point in their lives where they are coming of age and they're they're deciding the kind of person that they wanted to be and so with this movie really feel that Lucky journey and her relationship with spirit is at the core of this crucial time in in a young girl's life and This movie was just a really beautiful way to Bring that to life and tell us a little more about the genesis. And how did he link on. Well we always say this movie is a virtuous circle it out new media because it was a movie be than inspired a television show. That then inspired a movie so you know completed. Its its completing. It's it's it's full cycle and we were looking for a female director. We thought that the movie should should be have a lot of female leadership and we knew elaine from her work on dragons race to the edge. Where you know. It's a combination of adventure of kids. You now comedy scope. It's one of our most cinematic. Tv shows and then we found out a lane roads horses so felt like all signs for just pointing one direction and You know she was on board so we were. We were thrilled and really really happy. That gives her. You know her first movie any lane. You also came out of the dreamworks story training program correct. I did yeah. I mean dreamworks has been a home to me for quite a number of years. And it's been you know it. It's been my whole journey in leading up to doing what i'm doing today. The story training program kind of set out on this really amazing perspective. Where i was. I came into the industry surrounded by all of these veteran animation. Heroes that i had had growing up. And now i was right in their learning from them every day and just the incredible support around was was meant everything to knowing and just learning along the way that i should never have been placing sort of false limitations on myself as far as how i how far i could go in what was capable of the industry. yeah in dreamworks. A great environment speaks to that all the time for many people. If i can just jump on that it was really incredible. Elaine made this movie pretty bass for movie. And we were in a pandemic and watching her leadership skills just blossom and hell mature and assured her decisions were was just a pleasure to be witnessed. Thank you merging. i feel i you know. I owe a lot of that to the idea that when we first started out on the project guys allowed us to really cherry pick who we thought were the strongest leaders for the entire crew in every department and again it was that support from the people that we knew entrusted every day that we're allowing me to step up and make those crazy decisions on the fly it and do you wanna give a shout out to some of those people. Yeah i mean my fearless producer. Karen foster was always. She was there every single day. Making the tough calls in delivering the tough news of schedule and budget and whatnot and Cleavers stepped into for her role as production manager in amy leading the music department. There was paul dunkin production designer Sean sexton who is renowned for his mentor ship in the in the animation community and brings up all these students into to their first feature roles. A couple of those students had their first feature experience on our movie. But you know it was amazing to watch everybody jump in and just even though the challenges we were up against especially after being sent home staying so motivated and dedicated to making the best film that we could now when you came on board how how much of the script was was written and when did you actually go into production. When i first came on there was a there was a an initial draft of the script account. It was a full draft And i came on at the same time as karen foster and we you know we. We worked with the scenes in with the draft and got it to a place. We were all comfortable with. Probably we've probably spent a month or two with that. Marching i think And then just dove right into storyboarding it was all so quick and running as fast as we could. So yeah. I mean actually the brother listed dates. But i actually don't remember. I mean there was definitely a lot of overlapping to we weren't finished fully completing the script on we had already started animating some of the scenes so it was very much a Building it while we were flying it sort of situation. But i think that's what kept us all on our toes especially being sent home and having to work together but separately it just it evoked this awesome sense of motivation in community. Even though we weren't all collaborating in person together as far as the story goes would you talk about the themes and what you hope viewers especially young girls. Take away from the movie. We had a lot of goals in that respect when he first started out. And like we were margie. Mentioned the the sense of empowering the young female audience and the camaraderie sisterhood of supporting each other to achieve impossible things. There's there's a lot in our story that speaks to that. And we you know we wanted to really create A world in a cast of characters. That felt like it represented the reality we live in today and by that i mean you know characters coming from all sorts of different and unique cultural backgrounds and and opinions So by reflecting that kind of thing on screen it hopefully reaches the young audience anyone in the young audience to believe that if they're seeing pieces of themselves up there on that screen it might help empower them to believe that they can achieve these things to and in the same way we also tried to reflect that same idea behind the camera by building a crew of people that came from all these different perspectives. We had a lot of female leadership on the crew I really feel like that helped us tell more authentic feeling story to the young female audience. We were also making this during the pandemic so at some point the idea that we were delivering a movie that was going to be so visually beautiful a little bit escapist in the sense that it was before cell phones. It was before the age of anxiety. That kids are living in today and that you know the fierce will of a plucky twelve year old girl following her best instincts. Doing the right thing could save the day. You know that became something that kind of also became important for us to deliver and i just wanted to add with with amy score. You know the other thing we want to do is supply and emotional experience and you know the score and the music just made and more cinematic more emotional and so we felt in this in this world where adventure for girls can still be a little bit of a white space that we were making a movie. that.

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Boulder shooting suspect to face additional charges

Financial Awakening

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Boulder shooting suspect to face additional charges

"In the King. Super shooting in Boulder may face additional charges because of gunfire exchanged with Boulder police officers. They put their lives at risk, and that will be reflected an additional attempted murder charges that will be filed by the district attorney's office in the next couple weeks. Boulder, D A. Michael Doherty says the suspects next court date will be announced next week. He's charged with 10 counts of first degree murder and one count of attempted murder. The police officer who shot the suspect is on administrative leave, which is standard procedure.

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Official: Colorado shooting suspect prone to rage, delusions

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

Official: Colorado shooting suspect prone to rage, delusions

"As the victims of Tuesday's mass shooting are being remembered in boulder Colorado former classmates of the alleged gunman say he had a short fuse the family of twenty one year old Ahmad al Ali we Alyssa reportedly told authorities he had some type of mental illness with delusions and fears he was being followed some former classmates in our vita say Alyssa got thrown off the high school wrestling team after threatening to kill everyone after losing a match the arrest affidavit outlining Tuesday's massacre says Alyssa had purchased an assault weapon just six days before the attack at the grocery store in boulder why did this happen district attorney Michael Doherty we don't have the answer to that yet flowers candles and mementos are being left outside the supermarket and at the police station where slain officer Eric Talley was mourned the victims ranged in age from twenty to sixty five hi Jackie Quinn

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'A Nightmare': 10 people killed in Colorado supermarket shooting

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

'A Nightmare': 10 people killed in Colorado supermarket shooting

"One official calls it a nightmare as boulder Colorado becomes the scene of the nation's latest mass shooting with ten people killed at a supermarket the victims were found outside and inside the king soopers grocery store boulder police chief Maris Herold fought back tears as she announced one of their own was among the ten victims Sir sorry about the loss of officer tally describing him as her ROIC as he responded to the call of a man with a rifle the ROIC actions of this officer shoppers say they heard gunfire and saw the victims on the ground district attorney Michael Doherty these are people going about their day doing their food shopping and there lies a cut of roughly and tragically short a man was seen being taken away in handcuffs with blood running down his leg this is the seventh mass killing this year alone in the United States the second this month hi Jackie Quinn

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Police: Multiple people killed at Colorado supermarket

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Police: Multiple people killed at Colorado supermarket

"Gun violence is ripped through Colorado supermarket leaving multiple people dead including a police officer it was at a king superstore in boulder Colorado district attorney Michael Doherty this is a tragedy and a nightmare police commander Kerry Yamaguchi we have multiple who were killed in this incident and I am sorry to have to report that one of them was a boulder police officer they believe there was only one gunman and officers could be seen taking a man out in handcuffs with no shirt and blood running down his legs witnesses described seeing people face down KMGH spoke to this man who heard the tragedy unfolding Big Bang and then three seconds before her another it's like baby baby baby he says he and his wife ran to an emergency door then he helped other shoppers escape from the store I'm Jackie Quinn

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N.J. Approves $14 Billion in Corporate Tax Breaks in Less Than a Week

New Jersey First News With Eric Scott

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

N.J. Approves $14 Billion in Corporate Tax Breaks in Less Than a Week

"Approving a corporate tax incentive plan costing over eight billion that would end up mired in controversy. The state legislatures approved an even bigger program, perhaps more than 14.4 billion in the coming year. If every tax break is approved and awarded, the plan provides more than $1.7 billion a year for corporate tax incentives, Senator Pulse Arlo says the bill addresses the shortcomings exposed in the last tax incentives Law bill that we are going to need In order to survive in order to stimulate our economy, generate their economy and incentivize our economy going forward post pandemic, The Assembly passed the bill 68 to 11. The Senate passed a 38 tow one with only Senator Mike Doherty opposed. I see a very complex is quoting capitalism Plan here at the Statehouse. Michel Simon Stew Jersey one of 1.5 News, Somebody jersey's first

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"doherty" Discussed on KR Live Podcast

KR Live Podcast

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"doherty" Discussed on KR Live Podcast

"We help them do amazing magical things nice and that's actually a trick up. Never seen before. And i'm a person who looks for magic tricks a lot but that was one trick. Great job said they never saw guy comey. Who are your biggest. Inspirations jet when you're performing magic well the biggest inspirations of probably a group of comedians from the thirties and forties called the three stooges very silly guys and they made lots of little short films There was a lot of slapstick comedy. A lot of hitting each other in the head and falling down and and whatnot is far as magical. Inspirations to teachers that. I've had that that taught me a lot. One is jeff mcbride. Who's a world famous magician. He's based in las vegas now and also studied with a magician from chicago whose recently passed away. His name was eugene. Berger and they were very very different ends of the spectrum. Jeff typically huge stage shows with lots of movement in props. Eugene was much more quiet sedate. Kind of perform. A more intimate. I learned so much from from both in them and the main thing i learned from both of them is that magic isn't about standing on stage and saying look at me look how great i am. Magic's about helping the people in the audience feel special and magical speaking of vegas jed. I don't think there's any person who will visit vegas for one night and not come across any magician along the way and the tricks. Are the props phenomenal. Do this perhaps actually work because you find a lot of magicians have a lot of props and most magic involves props to this Actually work well. If the magician using the props uses it correctly then yeah but if they don't want that the neat thing about this egg bag that i showed you this is a prop and if you use it correctly then it can make somebody feel amazed you can also use this same prop to make somebody feel stupid. You know to to hide the egg. The egg is here now is disappear now is here and what do you think it is and and really kind of frustrate the audience. I don't ever like to perform those those kinds of tricks. I always like to make my audience feel loved in amazed and and make them feel like the star. So the the props themselves. They're things you know. This doesn't do magic on its own. But in the hands of somebody with the skills and talent. And i. I think love in their hearts the the props can be can really create some magical moments..

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A Holiday Survival Guide for Difficult Conversations

10% Happier with Dan Harris

05:00 min | 1 year ago

A Holiday Survival Guide for Difficult Conversations

"Nice to see you again good to see you. Thanks for coming in. Have you try and get you on the show along. Yeah i'm pleased. I'm really pleased that you were able to get to new york city for this as you know fascinated by your work and we're going to dive into it. Can i start with your meditation career. And i'd love to hear how. I i also i think you also do Gone which i don't know much about. Yeah so i'd love to learn about both of those things. Well i started to gung meditation practice twenty years ago and two thousand two thousand the year. Two thousand so. I'm a practitioner. I'm not an expert. I'm not a teacher. Never written about it. But i had a good friend who was into it then had a master who taught locally in the twin cities and just decided to try it in mostly because i was interested in reducing stress in my life and i i loved it and i started out twenty minutes a day. I started out with the video of the master doing the moves. And so i just sort of watch and follow him. Then a weaned and my way off. The video started with twenty minutes and now i do forty minutes every morning. So i'm i don't really know what it is. Well it's Chinese spiritual and healing practice. So it's five thousand years old and it combines a breathing and gentle movements and there's a the theory behind it that i'm you know i'm not sure i'm into the theory so much but energy in the body as she that's right as a source of healing so the master studied with as a healer and i'm not into that as much as i meant to just deep relaxation breathing and gentle movements and it just calms me and centers. Me and i tend to have sometimes creative ideas during. Are you telling me that. The life of marriage counselor stressful well. I'm an academic. And i do a lot of community engagement work and i live a fairly intense life and that includes my clinical specialty couples on the brink of divorce. You know so. I'm like an intensive care physician. So all of that can add up to a fairly intense life and this meditation practice just grounds me and i felt at every day grateful to be alive. Well how does it ripple out to the rest of your life. Well a lot of the work. I do both with couples and also my work with As we'll get into my work with better angels where we deal with conservatives and liberals who are at odds with each other did you notice that A lot of it is for me is about. How do i manage myself in the face of conflicting people and conflicting agendas where the stakes are high. And so the meditation practice adds into my therapist training to do what we call them. The jargon phrase emotional self regulation and centeredness in the face of difficult interpersonal situations. I've watched you at work. I went to the national was the first better angels. National conference watched you do your thing and you're aecom dude at least on the outside. yeah well when. I'm in my work in my modem. Actually come inside to. Because i'm doing. This is what we're here to do folks so let's do and let me help you engage each other. Let's talk about the better angels. Just give me some background on how the group got started. Remember the two thousand sixteen presidential election vaguely. Yeah a lot of people. Remember that one about ten days after that election to long term colleagues of mine who had worked on marriage and family issues one in new yorker david blakenhorn upper east side of manhattan. The other david lapped southwest. Ohio south lebanon ohio universes apart in terms of how people there felt about the election. They were on the phone together. Howard new yorkers doing only ensuite new york upper east side manhattan gloom and doom of funeral and in ohio hope and change and they decided on the spur of the moment to get together. Ten hillary clinton voters and ten tunnel drunk voters for a weekend in southwest ohio in december. To see if any of the gaps could be bridged and then they called me. And i said oh. That's pretty brave. What we thinking of doing with them and they said they didn't know they thought i could figure that part out if they recruited the people and i remember sitting at my home desk hoping i was not free that weekend. You know kind of looking at my calendar. Oh darn you know having engagement. But in fact i was so i said let's go for it so we had people Twenty folks from that part of the country from south west ohio for friday night all day saturday and sunday afternoon thirteen hours and it was a remarkable experience.

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"doherty" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"doherty" Discussed on KOMO

"Hills, 902 Ano start Shannen Doherty. Earlier this year, she announced she was battling breast cancer. Now she's talking about what it's like fighting the disease during the covert 19 pandemic. Mohr for maybe sees Amy Robach in an exclusive interview with Elle magazine, Doherty revealing she's been quarantining at her Malibu home, saying, I feel like I'm a very, very healthy human being. It's hard to wrap up your affairs. When you feel like you're going to live another 10 or 15 years after three decades in the Hollywood spotlight, I'll protect you. Can't the Beverly Hills 90 to winnow actresses, lens has shifted focus. She now spends her days tending to her sprawling vegetable garden with her husband, saying, I tried to treasure all the small moments that most people don't really see or take for granted. The small things are magnified for me. Doherty also mentally cataloging her possessions, but says she hasn't sat down to record video messages or write letters to her loved ones. There are things I need to say to my mom. I want my husband to know what he's meant to me, but whatever it comes time for me to do it. It feels so final. It feels like you're signing off. And I'm not signing off Doherty's mother and husband at the forefront of her mind when I sat down exclusively with her in February to reveal her metastatic breast cancer diagnosis, it's a Bitter pill to swallow and a lot of ways. It's not fair. Why don't I make a cz? Where I say why me? And then I go? Why not me? Who else? You know Who else besides me deserves this. None of US two and I would say that my first reaction is always concerned about how am I going to tell My mom, my husband. You're worried about everyone else around you. So For now, Doherty is looking forward developing several projects, including a new television show and advocacy work for other metastatic breast cancer patients. She

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Shannen Doherty shares update on her health

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

01:50 min | 1 year ago

Shannen Doherty shares update on her health

"Hills, 902 Ano start Shannen Doherty. Earlier this year, she announced she was battling breast cancer. Now she's talking about what it's like fighting the disease during the covert 19 pandemic. Mohr for maybe sees Amy Robach in an exclusive interview with Elle magazine, Doherty revealing she's been quarantining at her Malibu home, saying, I feel like I'm a very, very healthy human being. It's hard to wrap up your affairs. When you feel like you're going to live another 10 or 15 years after three decades in the Hollywood spotlight, I'll protect you. Can't the Beverly Hills 90 to winnow actresses, lens has shifted focus. She now spends her days tending to her sprawling vegetable garden with her husband, saying, I tried to treasure all the small moments that most people don't really see or take for granted. The small things are magnified for me. Doherty also mentally cataloging her possessions, but says she hasn't sat down to record video messages or write letters to her loved ones. There are things I need to say to my mom. I want my husband to know what he's meant to me, but whatever it comes time for me to do it. It feels so final. It feels like you're signing off. And I'm not signing off Doherty's mother and husband at the forefront of her mind when I sat down exclusively with her in February to reveal her metastatic breast cancer diagnosis, it's a Bitter pill to swallow and a lot of ways. It's not fair. Why don't I make a cz? Where I say why me? And then I go? Why not me? Who else? You know Who else besides me deserves this. None of US two and I would say that my first reaction is always concerned about how am I going to tell My mom, my husband. You're worried about everyone else around you. So For now, Doherty is looking forward developing several projects, including a new television show and advocacy work for other metastatic breast cancer patients. She

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Shannen Doherty shares update on her health

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Shannen Doherty shares update on her health

"Doherty says she's been treasuring the small moment since learning her cancer was back. 49 year old actress when public that her breast cancer had returned and spread to her spine. She recently told Elle magazine that having stage four cancer forced her to re examine her life in her connection with others. You're still thinks she wants to do, she says, Like, tell her mother and her husband about how much they mean to her majority isn't ready to write those letters yet because it feels too much like signing off, she says. It's hard to wrap things up. When you feel like you're going to live another 10 to 15 years, saying quote, I'm not ready for pasture. I've got a life a lot of life left in me.

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Michael Jordan and Denny Hamlin team up

CBS Sports Radio

02:31 min | 1 year ago

Michael Jordan and Denny Hamlin team up

"Own race card team, and he's partnering with Sorted Soner, Michael Jordan and bubble Wallace. Hamlin, three time Daytona 500 winner Of the contenders for this year's Cup title, made the announcement Monday on Social media. It will be a single car Toyota entry aligned with Joe Gibbs Racing. As for the driver, Hamlin said. It was easy. That's where bubble Wallace comes in. He will Dr Hamlin's entry into NASCAR, but back to the ownership. There's been speculation for months that Hamlin was organizing some sort of one ownership group. ESPN is Ryan McGee. How in the world is Michael Jordan End up Co owning a brand new NASCAR team? Well, it's not as long a walk as you might think. First of all, Denny Hamlin and M. J R Boys, They have been forever how that happened. Denny Hamlin is the Jack Nicholson of the Charlotte Hornets. He's been courtside forever. Their friendship is so tight. Hamelin actually wears Jordan branded shoes specially made when he's behind the wheel of his race car on the weekend. Second of all, Michael's been a motor sports guy forever. He was a longtime owner of Michael Jordan Motor Sports that competed in the AMA Superbike. Siri's And third of all, there's Brad Doherty, Michael Jordan's old buddy from Chapel Hill in the early eighties, a long time co owner of J. T G. Dori Racing in the Cup series, he has lobbied his friends in MBA forever to invest. In NASCAR. Why's Michael Jordan? Finally doing that? Finally listening. Brad finally listened Denny because of bubble Wallace and the attention the Wallace has received this year and what M J sees is a possibility. To literally change the face of NASCAR. Hamlin expecting NASCAR's business model to become more favorable for team owners when the next Gen car is released in 2022. NASCAR rules do prohibit a current driver from owning a team and driving for another. But Hamlin Working around that policy with Jordan as the primary owner, Michael Jordan became a partial owner of the Bobcats in 2006 bought the team out right in 2010 restoring into the Hornets name and as you heard Hamlin, a longtime season ticket holder, Jordan. Has been in the NASCAR season finale to watch Hamlin race for the championship. And Hamlin is seeking entitled for the first time, Wallace I'll be his driver Jordan, as you heard won't be alone. With basketball ties to NASCAR. Former U. N. C teammate and Cavaliers rival Brad Dougherty, owner of G. Doherty Racing SportsCenter all night,

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Lexington, Prague and Life inside the US Open bubble

The Tennis Podcast

04:15 min | 2 years ago

Lexington, Prague and Life inside the US Open bubble

"Tennis is back and it is back courtesy of to tournaments in Lexington and Prague. which have taken place over the last week that meant that Katherine Wichita was presenting tennis on television once more Matt's round of applause for Katherine. How good was she? Splendid. You've made me do around of applause well, holding microphone in one hand is difficult but Katherine. Presenting, tabby look very, very easy as she does. Did you do it. Yeah I really did I mean total shock to the system I had to wear non elasticated wastes I had to. Get up before nine am and. Work. That's D Work I mean a lot of that work was watching tennis and talking about it, which is no hardship expertise violins out for me, but it did take. A couple of days of adjustment and I did I did parise my tally wardrobe and veer towards the items that did have elasticated waste say no longer in the suitcase, which now is buying up yet it's been the Kobe. Pack the. Case. To take to St Louis Park. Containing my my tally jvm. Isaac. is any impact through week Stockley Park is where the video assistant referee job isn't it for the football? Yes I've had a va or seminar at Stockley Park. I've you know from? The the BBC. SNOOKA, coverage is coming out of the an adjacent studio at the time. So I was I was mingling with Ken, Doherty and Stephen Hendry all week. So blockbuste-. TENNIS PUNDITS CATHERINE was presenting Amazon prime videos coverage of Lexington We will talk about that. We'll talk about Prague, we're GONNA be talking about the USO and people that are playing people that are not playing other pullouts this week Rossi GonNa talk to Dan Evans. The British number one on life in the bubble he arrived over the weekend. A chat with him last night. So we'll hear from him about what it's like over there. 'cause we can't go this year, which is going to be a bit weird but. At least it looks like it is going ahead from a sports playing tennis playing perspective. At least we'll be something for everybody to watch. But the the event itself in. Lexington am I right in thinking that that was Put. Together in about a month's yeah I believe four weeks. Was the time line. Say, John Saunders, the tournament director over there they had some from Octagon, the management company and they do or they haven't passed hosted a challenger event. So they do have some experience of hosting tournaments but it a very very. legit respect, low level and they they three together this this tool level event four weeks notice. which. ADDS the eyes of the tennis world's on it. The top seed Tennis Club which. Is positioned adjacent to retirement home and with a fairly main road running across the back of the center court. Along which there were. Removals, vans and cement mixes and pickup trucks. Interrupting, interrupting the days tennis frequently. And it was all delightfully quaint and so apt somehow because tennis is more humble. Now upon its return in tennis players are having to be more humble and so it felt kind of really perfect that status his return I know we had Palermo last week in. Pro Pro concurrently, which is a more established tour van but to meet just felt really perfect that it was as as humbling as it was a setting. And even more perfect. He had kind of tennis's biggest superstars at the moment Serena Williams, coca golf and Venus Williams who emerged as they. See Pistol once again,

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Washington DC Nationals on 7-2 loss to Philadelphia Phillies

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:12 min | 2 years ago

Washington DC Nationals on 7-2 loss to Philadelphia Phillies

"72 of the final score at Nats Pork this evening between Washington and the photo of your filly's. It was the first exhibition game for either team during this summer camp. And that's opening their regular season at home against the New York Yankees On Thursday, Max Scherzer suffered a rough first to winnings Didi Gregorius, crushing a three run homer in the first and it was Bryce Harper, who went deep in the second. Another three run homer surrendered by Sures err in as many innings. Some good news in these 7 to 2 lost the return of Victor Roadless, who was seen in the dugout for the first time since summer training began, according to the Washington Post. Jesse Doherty robot has completed a 14 day quarantine after possible contact with someone who tested positive for Corona virus. Ro blaze flew from the Dominican Republic to Miami on July 1st. Speaking, postgame manager Davey Martinez said roadless felt okay today, adding my biggest concern with Emma's He's He's a runner. He plays really hard. You can tell Not to go out there and play it 100% because he's not gonna listen. You can't do that. So we gotta be very careful how

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The Difference Between Tests for COVID-19

Charlie Parker

00:58 sec | 2 years ago

The Difference Between Tests for COVID-19

"The same when it comes to testing for the Corona virus. Michael Doherty of any lab tests now in Stirling says consumers need to do their homework. There's two categories right? There's the swab, which is Do I have active these? That's not an antibody test. Okay, so if you don't have symptoms by and large anyway, having this swab is relevant to see if you were just recently contaminate, which is highly unlikely. That's different than anybody. So anybody's are like you get the flu shot. You build up a defence Philip antibodies that shows you've been exposed. Antibodies will fight things off and you never know exactly how affected anybody's. They're going to be because every human beings different Now there's a ton of different antibody testing. You're gonna have to do a little more homework. Basically, you should ask your lab What antibodies test for because there's more than one and you should ask them what they use. For more information, Visit Covad test Virginia dot com or call any lab tests now at 7034446633 from

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"doherty" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"doherty" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Tell you a great pass by rondo underneath the cage three I'll side left there's pressure I did a fight on his book is good that's the first time he added the lift on his shot everything has been a little off balance maybe he's getting proper Lakers up seventy six ray Allen top of the key Alan **** lap from wall ray brown Brian reed said falando B. thirty accepted rondo with his first we had the rebound rondo took a swipe at it what pulled me across the head Hey Danny Crawford just all go you know let's not have any more that what is working on the front porch hi lampoons Bynum Brian has a power against ray Allen outside lows once the staples exactly we'll be bringing with it once before the shot then the shot that's why you may consult are keeping a lot of things going here hustle by the Celtics yet to come up with a loose ball there four minutes into game seven a one point lead for the Lakers Pierce has it what twelve issue left the line the card underneath along Doherty hands they shot off the glass and the Celtics go up by one great wall movement this is what doc rivers is talked about stay within the offense a game plan Gary Fisher said that's right watered our business all right back to the I really missed it and the rebound to Wallace and had to run down the slopes of the lanes good and the Celtics go up ten to seven rondo and his best in the open court nobody can stop him in the entire league in open court plays like that Lakers in the front court to the right as we were Canada wide right our tents are tested against Pierce Brian takes it left me with ninety shoe palace defending Bryant left turns for the baseline nowadays double tape probably one of hits the top edge of the board then goes out of bounds right now run our testers views three post up guys I pose the people are getting upset give.

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Ancient Trees: Living on the Edge

In Defense of Plants Podcast

07:58 min | 2 years ago

Ancient Trees: Living on the Edge

"I hadn't research so when I started to do a research program I thought I need to find a place in southern Ontario which is far away for Hudson Bay. I had to find that place that had harsh growing conditions so that I could carry on with Mike curiosity about how plants living environments is exclude most other plants and took up and eventually I found that the cliffs of the Niagara Escarpment run basically from northern New York state. All the way through a terrier over to Michigan had not only Lichens mosses and other plans but had these scruffy trees growing on edge of the cliffs. And that's why did you need to the ancient forests of scar. Of course. No one knew that they were ancient time. In fact in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight. When I started the transition for like two trees I phoned. It was indication with the Ministry of Natural Resources asking if they would be interested in sponsoring research all on the ecology of the clips of escarpment and they wrote back and said well they were happy and by wanted to waste my time studying slips because he knew they were there. I have reminded them of that almost decade by decade. Since because Would they were disparaging where those little tiny trees growing the cliffs saying to themselves? Well Hey don't count compared with normal burnt tall forests. A scruffy vegetation on the cliffs didn't count so they could equal sign. Nothing is there and ironically but twenty years later when I was trying to confirm some of the early discoveries planned to do a sabbatical trip to France and I wrote to professor while palliate and asked him if I could come in at the cliffs in France and he said it was almost it was almost He said it was happy to host new but of course all their clips are there and in fact After we did the very cursory survey of the cliffs that he had we found the oldest living plants in France amid came Figaro He became famous because he then started a big research program. Events of living trees that stirred to grow for the Romans had left France shoe and it it freaked him out and everybody else said that he was a retrospectively so happy to have been rob his credit he was happy to say that to their discredit. Ministry of Natural Resources in Ontario. Even though they rode the ancient tree hobby-horse for years they never went. Service it oh by the way. We're sorry there was something there after all. Jeez wouldn't interesting trajectory on something that like you just interested. People wrote off and I grew up in that region looking at the Niagara Escarpment. And you see these trees they are small and I'm lucky that I grew up in a time where this was starting to be realized. And when you finally see the ages on some of these things that me. My jaw hit the floor. It's it's incredible to think of something that old in such a tiny package. Because you know you see three is or something like that in someone's yard and they're huge there but they're you know a couple of decades most but what got you interested in this idea of harshness. I know you said it started with Lichens. But to think about plants in harsh landscapes I mean you see them in asphalt you see them in gravel roads. Plants can handle it. But what made you want to study that you know? I think we probably need to have a shrink as part of the because what I've learned forty years during this is your personality. This is probably infected you right now to your personality guide to research ways that you don't even realizing now maybe this may be historical revisionism. But I think when I was a kid growing up I was the tall skinny guy that was always beaten up from school. Felt like I was the underdog in I always loved the idea of supporting anything in fastened with anything that would win by getting out of the way of the means of the bullets and those were often things cryptic where the things differently so I always tried to do things that other people were doing because then I wouldn't have to bump into that bullies that I didn't play sports. 'cause I was always the last one picked. I mean so does psychological component to working on high stress organisms whether they're plants or animals. Interestingly I fought against those buildings for years after ten years of working I actually got a H- site visit from the natural sciences and Engineering Research Council. They said by the way. We don't like the fact that you're working on rocks come and if you want to. This was a big incentive to move into the trees because they said if you WanNa have continued funding from us you have to work on something more real something more important like trees or higher plants but not Rocks Cup while many Lichen colonies several thousand years old and they said no one cares boy so with that encouragement lappy. We had all these people working in Allergy and we said okay guys. They're the writings on the wall. They don't want us to work on Lichens. What else grows beside them? That might gain some respect and one of the Grad students at whether trees growing on the same rocks. I mean maybe maybe we could just switch from the trees a A year later that we discovered on some of those cliff as trees that the rings were incredibly tight. We we had no plans to studying trees. We were simply looking at the way. Human Disturbance Influence the structure of these base forests. So to what could that. We decided a good thing to calculate was productivity enough to calculate the productivity tree. You have to divide its mass by age. Okay using architectural models. We calculated massive all the trees in climbed area in that massive all the trees in inclined area and then took core samples to find out how old they were Kazan. That would give us an estimate of productivity lifetime. Cry Tippety when we did that. You've got these core samples from the cliff face trees and we couldn't see any rings at all So then sanded them up more carefully. And that's when we realized reason why we couldn't see the richness is that they were too small and at that stage we with either. These trees are putting a tree ring every time it rains it because we were like an experts. Had We know the yet you know much about the biology trees at the time so what? We have a bunch of samples and said the sent them. Ed Cook It. Lamont Doherty in your you know in Palisades. Yeah Yeah just. North of the city in Ed. Cook wrote back and said Yes. Those are ancient trees where to find and I said well I can see Toronto from where they grow the sitting right on the edge of the escarpment facing the biggest city in Ontario. And it looks like some of them have over seven hundred rings in them. Whoa and he said well you got a good one expert instill as dendrochronology in the world. And so he he and I started to collaborate with some other lab partners and we did quite a bit work after that on the dendrochronology the series of the Niger. Escarpment but it was all accident really amazing. We weren't initially curious about ancient trees at all just wanted to see if disturbance influence productivity turned up the did disturbs make it. The trees grow faster because it was competition but that became a side issue once we found For us in a place where no one expected to find one.

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"doherty" Discussed on SportsEpreneur Podcast

SportsEpreneur Podcast

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"doherty" Discussed on SportsEpreneur Podcast

"A bunch of money for something. That's not worth it. And he said mad. It was a life changing experience. And so that's all I need to hear from a trusted friend and I joined the program and went through it about six months and enjoyed. It learned a lot. It gave me credibility in the marketplace by quote John Maxwell often I use some history sources in my teachings and it helped me understand how to structure Mike Consulting business. Yeah make sense in the leadership that you bring about the experiences that you've had the people that you surround yourself with. It's no wonder that you're able to talk about it. At at this level we were talking about before when the game starts the ball game starts. You don't know what's going to happen. I heard an interview with Larry King and he said it's the wonder when I wake up in the morning. There's a ball game on that day right now. We're not living with that because there's no games on when there are games on. You don't know what's going to happen and that is the wonder of it. It's no different than I say. The wonder of building a business the wonder of entrepreneurship. You're going to start and you have great intentions in great plans but things are going to change things are gonna get thrown at you. It's not going to be easier. Might Your Wifi ask you. How's it going and maybe the answer is not so good at that. Moment is no different than this conversation got introduced to you and actually it ask someone about you coach. Alain major who coach down here in Charlotte Coach House aide. I'm going to be talking to Matt. Doherty good things as a great man. Thomas that allow so coachella major says the low but you get in these conversations and you don't know how conversations go and I think it's the wonder of communication and whether we're in person or have to resume because of all that's going on that's it. What's the Wonder Sports? The wonder of entrepreneurship the wonder of the conversations that we can have. So it's been awesome here in your stories and all that you've been through and are working on right now. What's the best way people get a hold of you? What should they be checking out? When it comes the Matt Doherty. They can follow me on twitter at already Matt. Do H. A. R. T. Y. M. A. T. T. and I liked to do a thought of the day every day I collect quotes and it's really a friend of mine once said basically you preach the word you need the most and so a lot of this is really star. Self-help like it helps me grow to find a quote to put on twitter each day and then people want to talk to me about working with them as executive coach or their company. They can reach me through my email which is M. S. my last name D. O. H. E. R. T. y. At me dot com that's again M. S. D. O. H. E. R. T. Y. At me DOT com. I'm in the process of putting together website. That will be better suited. But that's the best way to get in touch with me. That's Awesome Matt Law. I appreciate your time and experiences and sharing your stories. Thank you thank you. Thank you for having me on. I look forward to hopefully during against some time. One of my favorite things about our sports. You procure content. Platform is the opportunity to chat with amazing people in and around the world sports. We hope you enjoyed the conversation. If you WANNA connect more hit us up on instagram at sports IPE preneurs. Thank you for listening to this kesslers. Production the sports apron or podcast. The podcast where sports and entrepreneurship collide..

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"doherty" Discussed on SportsEpreneur Podcast

SportsEpreneur Podcast

11:04 min | 2 years ago

"doherty" Discussed on SportsEpreneur Podcast

"Being a good Christian person so there's the catch the catch that's hard there's conflict there's like a great tragedy you know. Life's not easy. Yeah requires a lot of thinking right thinking through things and I could see you doing it as you're even talking that you're having to think through this and it's not easy it's not all here's the answer and just go do that switch like you're wired to compete and be the best and then all of a sudden well you know. I don't have the biggest house. I'm not making the most money young not competition and that's life. Yeah Michael Jordan has successfully is. He's not the richest guy in the country. There's always someone else right there. And there's gotta be a piece of acceptance but yet still striving. Yeah that's kind of the the struggle the inner struggle. Yeah you brought him up a few times and you're talking about we'll maybe greatest basketball player ever play and you're on his team and fuck it go back right now back in time and I promise you I was I. I like the Bulls before they ever went on the run chain. Stop talking about it but if I looked in my room. I'd see all these bowls posters in basketball and just just college basketball. Nba absolutely loved it. And here I am sitting chatting with you and your aunt is national championship team that we just talked about you played with them and you talked about like what it took to become what he became as a basketball player. And you were there at the beginning of it at least you know in college sense. What was it like plane with Michael? Jordan? Jokingly say was easy when you have guys like Michael Jordan James Worthy Sam Perkins Kenny. Smith Brad. Daugherty Alad on your team. It's easy Mr talented so it makes your job. Easier talked a lot of corporations. I'm leadership practice the leadership practice and I call it a practice by the way because you gotta practice leadership you just can't take seminar. Read a book and all of a sudden. You're good leader. It takes practice just like it takes practice for your foul shots or practice with your at the driving range of fear Golfer. You've gotta practice it to get good at it and so one of the things that I love learning about reading. I think you're impacted by two things. One is the butchery to the people. You meet and Jack Welsh and have it back on my shelf back you my bookcase. The Art of straight from the Gut straight from the gut and he talks about the four es and he talks about. Do Bring Energy to can you? Energize others three. Can you execute four? Can you execute with an edge and Michael brings all those things he he brings? Great Energy has great passion and I think the ones do and then he can energize others with a quick pat on the back or a comment. He can get you rebooted. And then thirdly ICAN EXECUTE. Because he's smart and he's talented and he does it with an etch reminded that means he has to run through you. He'll run through you if it means yes to hit you. Elbow Hitch with an elbow and the great ones. Have those qualities? When you look at guys like Larry Bird Great Energy can energize others. He can execute with an edge. I think Lebron has that but not the edge that Michael has. I think Kobe had the edge so I think the great ones have that Jason Kidd had the energy to energize others. Connect you with an edge. So the great ones have it. And Michael had that in early age. Viz Energy was off the charts and he loved the game he loved the game of basketball and continually worked at it. Then stop so when you hear the stories of when he was in Chicago in the young players the early draft pick. They struggled with him because he check them pretty early. Did you see that at Carolina and Mike was a year younger than me but he could be very vicious and his competition and I remember going through a slump. One time and he shooting. I've worked with a sports psychologist and I was trying to have the positive mindset when I'd shoot in his early call eats a brick bric brick. Remember that get to me and I'm thinking man shouldn't get some. I should be mentally tough for that. But these are competitive guy. And he's GonNa Talk Junk. And if you're not strong enough to handle it you'll crumble and probably rather handle at sea that tracked associated game and remember the stories about Steve Kerr. And he and Steve Kerr getting into it with the Bulls and practice and I think they got into a fistfight or something and Michael Grew respect them be esteemed in back down. That's the only thing in watching to back down. It just wants you to have toughness that. He knows that he can count on when the game gets tough. And so he's going to challenge you to see where that floor is and you and once he finds the floor is gonNA embrace. You're as a teammate. If you have a high floor or if you haven't below-floor he's not gonNA show a Lotta respect to you. It probably will give you the time of day. Yeah I remember the Is Game Six against the trailblazers and they're losing by sixteen points in the fourth quarter and he's sitting on the bench. I remember Washington. Because chances are they're going to game seven at this point and the bench comes in and these are the guys you're probably talking about. And we can only imagine what he had done to ready those guys for that moment and they made the run now he came off and he came in and finish them off but if it wasn't probably for all those practices and for all those pushing in the yelled at guys break break break right. They probably don't win. They don't win they're you know. Maybe they win game seven but they probably lose game six. They ended up winning that game and a game. They probably one because the bench came in the guys that are all players that didn't typically play in those moments played in that moment. Probably because of what you're talking about and it's tough. Yeah well the moments in practice probably tougher for them than the moments playing the Portland Trailblazers. Yeah is Michael made practice tough and that's the one thing that you know. I think he's legendary about is you're gonNA practice and you don't practice hard. Yeah and YOU'RE GONNA Compete Larry. Bird the same way. The great players create the culture for their aides and Michael was that way he never begged that a practice. Larry was that way with the Celtics and I think the great players set the tone where it's great players all of a sudden begging how to practice then everyone can take you know they could take a day off and that will get you be. Yeah I wanNA talk real quick. We'll get you out of here pretty soon about a couple of leaders at you had been around already. Talked about one of them Dean Smith. Obviously I mean one of the most well known leaders in all sport and obviously college basketball. What a Dean Smith me new? Oh I love playing for coach Smith and I I think at an early age I knew what I was I was. I knew that I was a smart player. That was skilled. That wasn't a great athlete that had to go to the right place. And when I visited North Carolina and I watched them practice in getting to know coach Smith better. I knew he would appreciate the things that I could do and overlooked the things that I couldn't do and so I love playing for him because he was so brilliant as a coach and that it was stimulating mentally for me and so just the way. He organized practice to the way he prepared for the Games to his overall philosophy about dealing with the players and the life lessons he repeats. You truly was a teacher more than just the basketball coach. Yeah when you see it with all the people he's impacted that are still out there. The current coach North Carolina. Now Roy Williams who you actually assistant with a Kansas spent seven years ing in Kansas so he obviously had to have a great impact on just working with him every day and some amazing teams. You guys had there. I mean some players come to mind Paul Pierce who obviously a lot of people listened with no drew good and racial friends. I mean I think you did a lot of recruiting for them so you probably saw those kids at a very young age. Yeah no you're exactly right and you know you say those that were great players that Never WanNa Championship race. Never went to a final four Paul whenever went to final four but they were great players. That have great careers and yeah I got to know. The inner workings of the Carolina System had worked for Roy at Kansas. And then you realize when you become the head coach at all the expectations and the pressures that coach Smith had to deal with and on a relative basis is like what trump's going through right now I find Donald Trump amazing whether you agree with them or not just his energy to face the media each and every day with a fresh Sudan clean shaven but he's a human being like he goes to bed and he's got to wake up and every morning you know he's got to wake up and I go back to the four. Es Does he have energy. Yes can energize others yes execute yes. Does he have an edge yes now? People don't have to like them a lot of people don't but you do have to admire as energy and strength to stand before the country and the world each and every day in the face of this pandemic and to a lesser degree. Dean Smith HAD TO DO THAT EVERYDAY. North Carolina Roy Williams has to do that everyday North Carolina and I had to do it for everyday at North Carolina. And you don't realize how wearing that is until you step away from that position and you're like oh my Gosh. How do that it's stressful? It's a lot. It's a lot to deal with. But you've been surrounded with these people and now here. You are with another person John. Maxwell one of the most well known leaders in business. I mean they got content for days books podcasts video series you name it inside of major large corporations small businesses. What drew you to John. Maxwell friend of Mine Donnie Jones. Who's the coach at Stetson? And I knew that last year in March I wanted to go this route in improves as a public speaker and corporate to salt and I was looking at different programs to join because I felt like I needed some credibility. I didn't want to just be a former coach. Your now speaks like I wanted to have some legitimacy to me a certification and Donny had gone through it the year. He was away from basketball after he left central Florida and I asked him. I said Donnie. Tell me about it. I don't want.

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"doherty" Discussed on SportsEpreneur Podcast

SportsEpreneur Podcast

09:47 min | 2 years ago

"doherty" Discussed on SportsEpreneur Podcast

"All self betterment to me and that helps me. That helps my family that helps people that work at my company that helps my company that helps anyone that consumes our content and if we can focus on that and not get lost in anything else. We're going to have amazing conversations. We're going to create great content. We're GONNA talk to great business leaders. The business will happen and you know I think at this time that we're dealing leadership creative ways are gonNA shine right now because a lot of things are turned off. So can you shut it down? Can you create something? Can you right? Can you talk about it? Can you help someone out? That's what it's all about and that's what we're doing so yeah. I appreciate appreciate the questions. Yeah so how? Are you doing right now with all this going on? Yeah good. It's weird. I'm a half glass full kind of guy and so are tied my family home and I'm vision. This is how people live where my grandparents grew up in. Ireland is where people grew up in small towns where they had their kids and their kids would live close by or with them. Share meals and there is less distractions. There's more conversation as been really kind of a weird blessed to be with my kids and my wife and my two dogs and just kind of hang out watch movies and have dinner together and laugh and so in a weird way. It's been good. Yeah I've business. This hasn't been that impacted I do. You know the leadership stuff. I do a lot of coaching. A new corporate talks. The talks some have moved to Webinars zooms zoom which is easy some had been cancelled in the coming months but some other businesses have come on and I think of you adopt you know. It's all about a patient and then amid in the middle of writing a book and I do a radio show two days a week to do a radio show in Charlotte W. F. N. Z. On Wednesdays and W bt on Thursdays so staying busy and just kind of grow. My brand is a later crate website. Craig's some content and try to do some more coaching talks in crates them online content. That's when did you think content was important for you. I felt the probably in the last six months. I've coached most of my adult life but always moist planning for the next step in. I had a business model mind. Don't some TV. Don't some private business like real estate in doing some coaching speaking. I like to do it. It's my fix. It energizes me. It's an opportunity to coach a team that I don't have anymore and you know realize you better have a book. They better have a story. And you gotta stay relevant with content on a website and if you want some passive income you've got to create some content whether be online courses where people can pay for it and watch it while. You don't have to be pressed so I realized and then social media content. You need to stay relevant. Good while you're right you said it because it's that leverage that piece when you're not around someone can hear your conversation they can hear what you're all about and they say hey. We want to hire him for leadership. Who Need Them for Webinar? Need to bring him in. And it's that leverage component. When done genuinely right that someone can listen while you're off doing something else and it's truly what it's all about. I mean it's gotta be real. It's got to be true stories. It's gotta come from the heart and have conviction and years and years of understanding of practice and whatever it is that you believe or or documenting. I mean anyone. Younger can do it as well. Maybe they don't have the experiences but can tell from their perspective. I think plays a role in it so I think that makes a Lotta sense and it's interesting. Because now is a great time we say to create content to tell your story to get out there to have conversations with people and and there are people out there that can help. Even if. It's your own kids. I'm being like you said they have an understanding with social media. They've been around it. They can move around in a computer quickly and get your feet off the ground siding. That's smart. Yeah so it's fun. It's fulfiling I enjoy coaching speaking the radio station. W. Bt Charlotte has been a good partner and we want to continue to grow that in. My focuses is leadership so yeah no. It's good so a couple things. One is the eyesight. John Obviously obviously. Follow them closely. My business partner. There's not a day that goes by not sending me like a quote from one of the podcasts that they do and eats it up we call him the strategy addict and it's just leadership. I don't the word is good stuff. It's stuff you WanNa hear. It's stuff you WANNA put inside your head as opposed to this other stuff that you could possibly put it inside your head and it's important. I mean your dad is a wise man. What I realized Eric is unless you're in position of have a real large buyout. I don't WanNa be position where somebody can fire me. Yeah and so light you touched on so you know. I WANNA have some multiple income streams. I WANNA be my own boss. I WanNa be I wanNA pivot but I still realize it takes a team to do it but I just don't want you know as a fifty eight year old white male. I don't check a lot of boxes for companies so what I realized the vantage of having grey hair. Is that your considered to have experience and so my experiences are vast in our joke. I couldn't keep a job right. I've pivoted a lot but there's this book out called range and it talks about the benefits of having all these different experiences. And so you know I can touch on a lot of topics and I think relate to a lot of people and You touched on some things about being authentic and real messages. You know one thing. I'm not as a besser. Yeah I like to keep it real authentic and emotionally connect with people so I felt a little weird trying to do this like who am I to people pay. Hear me talk or by a book but quite frankly there's a lot of people out there that haven't done a whole lot that write books and speak annually. They don't have any experience except for their ability to talk. And you know maybe they're well read and I think when you go through some things then you can really connect and I talk a lot about failure. Quite frankly because able. Don't talk about then. I can connect with people when I do talk about. Failure had overcome how to deal with a how to get better from it. Yeah I think you're talking to a lot that book range that you're mentioning and I have to look that up but this talent stack. There's very few people that can say. Okay well the leadership that you bring to. The table is through all the different experiences that you've gone through of being a player winning a national championship being surrounded by certain people being a coach. Having this business experience it's like when you start stacking those different things up. It's who else. Has that zone a few people that could possibly even have that talent stack and that understanding and those experiences and I think that's what it is it's being able to put yourself out in front of it. I mean and that's the thing too because when people start putting themselves out there thinking what someone else GonNa think you've dealt with thought of look at someone who's going to deal with it. The most it would be a player or coach in one of the major sports in our country right in his exists in Europe to a soccer football but haters right in the era of social media. I mean you guys are probably lucky. You didn't have to play. During their social media. He make one bad move. It's like Oh my goodness what is wrong with this guy. He can't make a free throw then eight so the Arab haters exists. Not only when you're playing when you're coaching now in your out here in business in creating content and then it starts going in your head and you're talking about the things that you've had to go through and we talked about when you first got on your you. Like what school did you go to? Oh cushion Leitner of course and I was like I. I wasn't a fan of his. We were haters of his right. And now that was the world we live in. And we've come to appreciate it. You get older and get more wisdom I would say. How have you dealt with? I guess you dealt with haters like any athlete or any coach would have dealt with it. It's inevitable it doesn't matter if you're the best coach in the world they're gonNa have that however you been able to deal with it. Was it hard? Adversity get easier read. I really don't care because you played. I've read the story about you playing on the playground. Balmy kill up and they were like. Yeah Good luck getting out here Matt. You're not playing with us. Go get go to the Deli and get a sandwiches and then show up. You had to earn your way on the court. L. Is Great. But you've been dealing with it forever. Yeah no it's the competitiveness comes out you got to be competitive and it's like I'll shut you up like off show you and that's the attitude you have to have like. You got a brace that I was talking to a group of financial advisers yesterday and one thing that I was talking about his smile in face of adversity like embrace. It like all right. Let's bring let's do and take it as a challenge and that's what I've tried to do my whole career. You Walk on the floor in front of thirty thousand fans that Syracuse are ten thousand fans at Duke. And it's like yeah okay whether you're a coach or player and let's like this is fun. There's nothing more enjoyable as a coach player than to go on the road. Shut up the homecraft. And so those are the haters and new confronted head on even the ones that are vocal to you. I always went to just went right to write up even in the stance and I remember this Old Lady. Send me under the basket at UVA. She was wearing a screen. Swayed outfit all bowed up very reserved lady and she's yelling and screaming at me as I'm taking the ball out of bounce in front of her and I looked.

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Chicago: Cook County Official Patrick Doherty Indicted On Bribery Charges In Red Light Camera Probe

Extension 720 with Justin Kaufmann

00:46 sec | 2 years ago

Chicago: Cook County Official Patrick Doherty Indicted On Bribery Charges In Red Light Camera Probe

"Prosecutors have indicted sixty four year old cook county official Patrick Daugherty of tables heights he's chief of staff to commissioner Jeff double ski WGN's Tom they give in reports Dougherty Sir cues divert conspiring to pay bribes to secure approval for red light cameras in the southwest suburb of oak lawn according to the fed's Dougherty also worked as a sales agent for a red light camera company called safe speed a safe speed has a contract to operate the camera's in oak lawn they say he offered to pay bribes to a relative of in Oaklawn trustee and that in twenty seventeen Dougherty can be heard saying on a recorded phone call that he pay in five hundred dollar installments over eight weeks quote if it's going to get is the job charges are believed to be part of a much wider

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Canadian police arrest activists at Wet’suwet’en anti-pipeline camp, Haskell to partner with indigenous university in New Zealand , $100 million solar facility project approved for Pine Ridge

Native America Calling

03:57 min | 2 years ago

Canadian police arrest activists at Wet’suwet’en anti-pipeline camp, Haskell to partner with indigenous university in New Zealand , $100 million solar facility project approved for Pine Ridge

"This is National Native News Antonio Gonzalez in British Columbia Canada arrests are being made at a demonstration site on wetsuit attend territory the CBC reports people are camped out near an access road in opposition of construction of a natural gas pipeline hereditary. Chiefs has said No. I know to the project and talks with the provincial. Government have reportedly broke down conflict over the project has lasted years. A court ordered people to stop preventing renting workers access to the area. Police announced Wednesday. They would enforce an injunction. Demonstrators are taking to social media saying they're prepared for police action. The coastal gasoline pipeline is a six billion dollar project which supporters say will create jobs and boost the economy in a first of its kind for a tribal college and International Exchange Program is in the works for Haskell Indian nations university and Emory University in New Zealand educators recently Matt Lawrence Kansas to work on an agreement Rondo. Baldo has more efforts to establish advanced degree programs and more research opportunities Haskell in Lawrence Kansas met with chief executive officer of the Mari Indigenous University in New Zealand the CEO Doherty met with administration nation and students to discuss the possibilities US starting in exchange program and what they could learn from each other connections here in the US with the different town nations. That have a history very very similar to Alice. Talk about the issues that would challenging but more importantly look at the things is that we want to do in around the expirations off. We want to be in the in by US working together. Collaborating together That place where we want to A. B.. Is it much more cheerful. If doing together Alan Parker a Chippewa cree from Montana and faculty at them. Our University talked about the impact of taking students students. Down to be the first cohort twenty nineteen the I two of that group received their PhD. So it's a it's just to powerful experience in the potential is just wonderful. Haskell interim President Daniel Wildcat says a memorandum of understanding running is being written that he hopes to be signed within a couple of months. Haskell currently does not offer any graduate degree programs this is Rhonda Nevada for for National Native News Approval has been given for a solar project on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota as Roz Brown reports. The Pine Ridge Indian reservation in southwestern South Dakota will be the site of a one hundred million dollar solar electricity generation project. The State's public utilities commission approved the lookout solar the park this week for property about eighty miles from rapid city to build the state's first large-scale solar facility. A German company will lease the land from the rap family. Lynn Lynn rap is a member of the Oglala Sioux tribe who has represented the family and hopes the historic project will be an example for other reservations and then we know that when a dollar is spent it turns over seven times in communities words used and our reservations talents are desperate for cash. The lease agreement is the first first of its kind for the Bureau of Indian Affairs. The company involved to build the solar project has agreed to follow thirty-seven conditions during construction related to restoration threatened an endangered species cultural resources reporting and other requirements the Pine Ridge project capable of generating up to one hundred ten megawatts of electricity will how five hundred thousand solar panels in arrays across two hundred fifty acres. Wrap says there's more than eight hundred acres at the site and eventually she'd also like to see a wind farm built out there. The solar facility is expected to be complete by the second quarter of twenty twenty one. I'm Roz Brown and demand. Tonio Gonzales.

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"I'm stage four": Shannen Doherty reveals her breast cancer is back

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

"I'm stage four": Shannen Doherty reveals her breast cancer is back

"Actress Shannen Doherty and now she's again fighting breast cancer on ABC's Good Morning America she disclosed its progress to stage four cancer it's a hard one because I thought well this will when I finally do come out and will of worked and worked sixteen hours a day and it'll be a good people can look at that and say oh my god yeah she can work in other people with stage four can work to the Beverly hills nine oh to one oh star first revealed she had breast cancer in twenty fifteen but had gone into

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"doherty" Discussed on AP News

AP News

08:26 min | 2 years ago

"doherty" Discussed on AP News

"Shannon Doherty admits she's petrified that her cancer has returned and would prefer to keep it private she tells ABC news is good morning America it was likely to come out to because of her lawsuit against insurance giant State Farm over a fire at her house 2 years ago Dougherty says when her Beverly hills 90 to 10 costar loop Perry died last year she wondered why it wasn't her family who is it simulate healthy to go first it was really like shocking I'm Marty Charlotta

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Shannen Doherty says she is battling stage 4 breast cancer

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Shannen Doherty says she is battling stage 4 breast cancer

"Shannon Doherty admits she's petrified that her cancer has returned and would prefer to keep it private she tells ABC news is good morning America it was likely to come out to because of her lawsuit against insurance giant State Farm over a fire at her house two years ago Dougherty says when her Beverly hills nine oh to one oh costar loop Perry died last year she wondered why it wasn't her family who is it simulate healthy to go first it was really like shocking I'm Marty Charlotta

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"doherty" Discussed on Coach's Plan Podcast Plan de Coach

Coach's Plan Podcast Plan de Coach

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"doherty" Discussed on Coach's Plan Podcast Plan de Coach

"I'm your host Ashley Millennium Manager Coaching Education Diggle the code for Okay Forget. Tom. Thank you for joining me in the studio. It's a pleasure to be always. Appreciate your support on this especially. When we have the technical difficulty I love having you here buddy and also joining us today is calories of the Saint John's Soccer Association. He's the technical director there and with our season two of our podcasts as we've been saying I really WANNA take time to reach out to people in the community see what kind of work is being done in their clubs and their associations and and give people a chance to highlight and say thank you so so kyle reached out to ask because he had a coach in mind and we're GonNa let him take it away. Hi Kyle Good. How're you thank you for taking a phone. Call today and thank you for nominating coach. I with our season to like. I really wanted to start giving back to coaches by recognize them. Especially because has coaching is such a thankless profession at times so I think it's important that people are kind of making that extra effort reaching out to people who are doing cool work in their community and I'm not sure if you've listened to many episodes of the podcast but basically we started at last year to bring coaches like an accessible easy free on go away of of developing their skills a little bit adding some tools to their toolboxes and then yeah this year is really all about getting some coach stories in hearing from from people who've got their boots on the ground what makes a good coach underst- I think a lot of people understand yet to the nose of sports or maybe the strategy behind. I think people do by the get everyone knows that they need to knowing people establishing relationships birthday.

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"doherty" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"doherty" Discussed on WTVN

"At Doherty's have recaptured escaped prisoners saieed Alkatiri. He was found walking today along ice have been D one at U S two fifty the Ohio highway patrol says he's been booked into the Ashland county jail. He escaped in Wayne County Friday while being transported. He'd been arrested in Medina and Ashland counties for larceny and unauthorized use of a motor vehicle starting today and running through Saturday law enforcement is bringing awareness to distracted driving the Ohio State highway patrol is joining forces with other members of the state trooper project to enforce laws against distracted driving in Ohio last year. Fifty one people were killed and more than sixty eight hundred were injured in distracted driving crashes. The state just last year passed a Bill broadening the definition of what is considered distracted driving and also increase the fine for crashes related to it. I'm Jack crumley as story sparking outrage in the Cleveland area. A cat was found mutilated and bleeding and investigators are searching for the person responsible. They say the cats. Ears were cut with scissors. The cat being treated local animal hospital and will be put up for adoption. Canton woman is facing charges after she allegedly starved to dogs locked in a cage prompting one of the animals to eat the others corpse after it died at thirty say twenty five year old Jessica J, swine heart lot a beagle. In the cage with the German shepherd mix and then fail to feed them a recall for Mellon products sold in sixteen states, including a high oh being linked to salmonella, the US food and Drug administration said the recall includes cut watermelon honeydew and cantaloupe produced by Kato foods. The fruit has been sold under various brands or labels at Kroger. Walmart trader Joe's target and whole foods. I may see jepsen. You the latest trending stories at the top and bottom of every hour. Columbus is news is on NewsRadio six ten WTVN. You like a good fit..

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"doherty" Discussed on Mentors for Military Podcast

Mentors for Military Podcast

03:48 min | 3 years ago

"doherty" Discussed on Mentors for Military Podcast

"To the Glen Doherty memorial foundation. That's awesome. So we're we'll we'll be like the high forties. I don't know what the exact number is going to be. But I think it's going to I think it's going to work out to be forty seven thousand or forty eight something like that which is way way more than I thought would have even been possible. So let's talk a little bit about Bob's naturals. Because I think you know, some people are going to be listening to this. And they're going to hear that it's from bovine cowhide, whatever type of thing, and they're going to be wondering more about it. Like, you said Google could be your friend here. But I think it would be helpful to explain a little bit more about the product. Is it USDA is it FDA? Is it something like that that people can have some assurance that they're taking a quality product. And what might be in it? Yeah. Yeah. For sure. So so there's a lot of college in on the market, and you get a lot of different price points and literally collagen comes from two sources, assuming we're talking about cow college, and there are other forms of college in there's pork collagen. There's marine collagen fish collagen. What's the difference? Well, it's all the hide or is all the from the bone. So you see a lot of bone broth and bone collagen products, and that's a slightly. It's a similar amino profile, but not exactly the same. So bone is a little bit cheaper and bone is a little bit harder on your digestive system. So that those are the negatives against it. So it's a great product. But it's not for everyone. It can be a little bit tough on you. So the the the premium product for health benefits is always been considered the hide that is that direct connective tissue. That is a little bit easier to digest has a great amino profile and really kind of expound so's health benefits. We talked about earlier. So when I say, it's cowhide I mean, just that it is the cowhide. It is the throw away. From the slaughterhouse. When you take that hide. And you throw it into this big like lime slurry and all that does is it basically that citrus stuff like boost the amino profile of the amino acids that are already sitting inside delicious. Oh, it's good stuff. And you throw in a washing machine. And you cook it Andy grinded into powder as nasty. Is. That's why I love it so much is that there's no mystery ingredient. There's no like, you know, thing you can't pronounce on the jar. It's literally ground up cowhide. So that's pretty simple. And when it's marine collagen is fish scale. Like Noah's eaten fish scale. Noah's cooking with it. It's a throw away. So you're up cycling a lot of these byproducts as part of going. I do. Yeah. Yeah. Well, and I told you Sean, you know, back in a former life working life sciences company. I was looking at a process manufacturing facility in part of our raw material was bovine serum. So of course, I had to go to a slaughterhouse into the kill zone and see just how those things function, and we talked about this about, you know, those spices. There's nothing that goes to waste literally everything gets used. And that's what you're talking about here. This is just yet. Again, another byproduct that comes out. Yeah. Yeah. It's it's wild right to think that like what are they going to do with that little chunk over there? Oh, that's going to be made into some sort of hand lotion. Yeah. Yeah. Right. Yeah. Dog food or whatever it will be juice. That goes in the dog food that gets the, you know. Yeah. It's just crazy. All the stuff. They ended up using it for. Yeah. It really is. And so when you know when I discovered college, and then I realized how simple it was that was really attractive to me..

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